Covering a topic that involves private information or content that doesn’t follow content guidelines? Block out any inappropriate content in an image by blurring part of the picture or placing another layer on top of your image.
Easily drag and drop any shape to cover parts of your image so you can share it with anyone on any platform. Today, creators and streamers alike use censored images in their videos so they can upload content of them reacting to news stories, true crime mysteries, and other sensitive topics. Now, you can too.
Start censoring your images by uploading to Kapwing directly from your device or by pasting an image URL link in the upload bar.
Add shapes or censored bars to cover any parts of the image. Or, copy your original image layer to make a blurry copy and resize it to censor parts of the picture.
Export your project and download a file of your new, censored image. Share with others in your next video, powerpoint presentation, or Reddit discussion threads.
The last thing you want is for your video to get taken down from YouTube because it doesn’t follow content guidelines or disapproving looks from your audience during your Google Slide presentation when an uncensored image appears on their screen.
Avoid these frustrating, awkward moments by censoring images well before you upload them online or share them with your coworkers. Discussion threads like Discord and Reddit require images to be censored to follow their own recommended age requirements. If you can’t upload your content because it’s uncensored, you’ll be missing out on an entire audience.
Make sure your content gets the chance to be seen by anyone on any platform. With Kapwing, you have everything you need to censor any pictures necessary in seconds.
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